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Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Books That Feature Characters with Awesome Abilities/Powers

Top Ten Tuesday is a wildly popular meme brought to us by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is:

September 19Ten Books That Feature Characters ________________.

Fill in the blank… hmmm… abilities and powers are pretty cool. We’ll do that.

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1. Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan

I have decided that this is the series that really got me interested in books and reading. Holy crap, Rick Riordan is a genius! I always recommend his books when patrons come into the library I work at and am struggling on getting a kid to read. Anyways, how could Percy and the gang not fit into this?

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WWW Wednesday (9/20/2017)

Hello and welcome to my first post participating in WWW Wednesday. This is a meme that is currently being hosted by Taking on a World of Words. It’s a fun meme to update you all on my reading plans and give you a little sneak peak on what I am going to be reviewing next.

Anyways, the three W’s are:

  • What are you currently reading?
  • What did you recently finish reading?
  • What do you think you’ll read next?

Let’s get started.

What am I currently reading?

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Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books On My Fall TBR List

Top Ten Tuesday is a wildly popular meme brought to us by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is:

September 19Top Ten Books On My Fall TBR List

Alright, my main plan is to read books that I already own. I have so many books that I own and haven’t read. So here we go:

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1. Inkheart by Cornelia Funke

I loved the book when I was a kid. There was just something so cool about having book characters come to live by just reading out-loud. I’ve been wanting to re-read for awhile so, why not now?

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Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Things That Will Make Me Instantly/NOT Instantly Want to Read a Book

Top Ten Tuesday is a wildly popular meme brought to us by The Broke and the Bookish. This week I am doing something different. I missed last week (I was lazy) so this week I am gonna mash up the two. So…

April 25:Top Ten Things That Will Make Me Instantly NOT Want To Read A Book (topic originally done back in 2013) — tell us all your book turn offs!

Plus! Top Ten Things That Will Make Me Instantly Want to Read a Book

With out further ado, here’s my list of things that make me want to read a book:

1. Pretty covers

I fall in love so quickly with book covers. Just love ’em. Lately, the ones that just have text in a cool font and nice layout have really caught my eyes.

2. Zombies

If you have read other posts, you’ll probably be able to tell that I’m a huge zombie fan. So naturally, if a book has got zombies in it I’m gonna want to read it.

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5 Things on Sunday: Blogging Tips

Here’s a fun post for you all out there. Here is a meme brought to you by Reads and Treats.

This week’s topic is blogging tips. Hmm… I wouldn’t classify myself as a “good blogger”. So, I don’t think I’m qualified for dishing out tips. I’ll try my best to sound like I know what I’m doing. Here’s my Top Five Blogging Tips:

  1. It’s okay to not post everyday–Seriously. Trying to crank out posts everyday is exhausting and will just wear you out. Plus, I found that I’m not a huge fan of bloggers that post everyday. It kinda starts to feel like spam. I try to only post about 1-4 times a week.
  2. Have a name for your blog that you like–yes, you want it to be attention grabbing and catchy, but you also should like it.
  3. Try to stick to a content theme–don’t post about everything under sun. It’ll be harder to obtain a hardcore audience that way. That doesn’t mean you can’t post about stuff outside your normal content every once in a while though. I like to do that, it gives your reader a chance to learn more about you.
  4. Consistency is good–readers like consistent posts. While I am terrible at this, try to create a posting schedule. I don’t think you need to stick to it religiously, but having some sort of schedule will help draw more readers in because they can count on you having something for them.
  5. Have fun–don’t make this a chore for you. I’m assuming that this is a hobby for most of you. That’s what it is for me, and if it’s not fun and is starting to feel more like a chore is it really worth doing?

DFTBA and feel free to add your two cents in the comments.